Missionary Ken Temple’s embarrassing failure to answer my challenge about Moses

Ken Temple being Ken Temple…

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In an article by Ken on his blog entitled Moses wrote about Jesus the Messiah Ken insists (in reply to an earlier article by me on this blog) that “Moses DID write and predict Him” – ie Jesus’ death and resurrection – because the New Testament says so! This is a curious piece of irrelevancy and circular reasoning.

Ken fails to provide a single actual quotation from the Pentateuch where Moses allegedly mentions Jesus’ life, death and resurrection! This is because it does not exist. Here is the embarrassing discussion on Apologetics and Agape:

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Ken Temple says:

Thanks for your comment Paul.

It is not “evangelical spin” because the first century Jews and NT writers who accepted Jesus as the Son of God and Messiah – they are the ones who tell us the proper interpretation of the OT.

Jesus Al Masih المسیح…

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Abortion in the Bible

Abortion in the Bible: An Analysis of the “Sotah” Ritual in the Book of Numbers and Its Possible Origin in Pre-Israelite Cultures بِسْمِ اللهِ الرَّحْمٰنِ الرَّحِيْم “The law of the Lord is perfect, refreshing the soul. The statutes of the Lord are trustworthy, making wise the simple. The precepts of the Lord are right, giving joy to …

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Does the Qur’ān misunderstand the Trinity? [Analysis of Sūrat al-ikhlāṣ]

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Christian missionaries often make bold claims that Qur’ān have a misconstrued and erroneous notion of what Christians believed about their theology as though it reject of the fatherhood of God the Father and the sonship of “god” the Son is strictly speaking a rejection of fatherhood and sonship in a biological sense (belief which Christianity would also reject). They accuse God of the Qur’ān, does not know exactly what Christians believed and not be able to communicate it accurately, or does it?

Let us focus on Sūrat al-ikhlāṣ (112) “the pure belief”, one of the core texts of the Qur’ān, and compare it side by side with the Nicene Creed:

Nicano-Constantinopolitanum (381 AD)Qur’ān, Sūrat Al-ikhlāṣ (S 112 )
We believe in one God, – Πιστεύομεν εἰς ἕνα ΘεὸνSay: He is God, One – قُلْ هُوَ اللَّهُ أَحَدٌ
the Father Almighty, Maker of heaven and earth, and of…

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